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Hackers release cache of Turkish National Police data

Hackers have released a large load of data nabbed from the Turkish General Directorate of Security (EGM), according to a new report. The data was stolen by a hacker said to be associated with Anonymous, and was done in a bid “against corruption.” The data is available now through various file sharing services, and appears to contain database files. This … Continue reading

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VAIO, Fujitsu, Toshiba PC triumvirate might happen in March

Partly thanks to the rise of smartphones and tablets, the once lucrative PC market has been losing its luster for almost half a decade now. These are desperate times for many PC makers, which call for desperate measures.

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Apple ordered to disable autowipe on San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

It's not exactly a landmark court decision but one that could set a precedent in the tug of war between the US government and encryption advocates.

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Judge tells Apple to help FBI access San Bernardino shooters’ iPhone

After a couple shot 14 people in San Bernardino, CA before being killed themselves on December 2nd, the authorities recovered a locked iPhone. Since then, the FBI has complained it is unable to break the device's encryption, in a case that it has imp...

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FDA finds parmesan cut with wood pulp, cheaper cheeses

As if it weren't bad enough that most olive oil is adulterated, a newly surfaced report from the FDA reveals that some parmesan cheese being sold by big-name stores and brands may not be parmesan cheese at all -- in some cases, the cheese has been cut with wood pulp or other (much cheaper) cheeses like cheddar. The beans were … Continue reading

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LG Pay might not debut at MWC 2016 after all

Based on recent leaks and official announcements, LG has a lot to showcase at MWC 2016 next week.

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Sony IMX318 Stacked CMOS EXMOR RS image sensor has integrated hybrid autofocus

Sony has announced a new Exmor RS image sensor that will find its way into smartphones and other devices that use integrated cameras. The sensor is called the IMX318 and it is a 1/2.6 stacked CMOS sensor with 22.5 effective megapixels.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 leaked, no S Pen in sight

Samsung has more or less consolidated its Android tablets along specific lines. The Galaxy Tab A was, more or less, designed with productivity in mind, with a model that even had an S Pen stylus. It has been a while since Samsung expanded that line but it might soon do so.

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Huawei teases stylus-enabled “Matebook” for MWC 2016

With just a few days left before MWC 2016 formally starts, companies are starting to line up their ducks to make sure they get maximum media and public attention. Samsung probably doesn't need to lift it's finger too much in this regard. LG has even already pre-announced some of the devices it will have on the side

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Ricoh GR II Silver Edition to launch in limited quantities soon

Ricoh is commemorating its 80th anniversary with the launch of a Ricoh GR II Silver Edition.

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